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Xanax

Xanax Xanax, a powerful sedative drug, raises levels of pleasure chemicals in the user’s brain. The flood of chemicals causes extreme pleasure, calmness and suppresses appetite. The drug relaxes some people and energizes others. Repeated drug use causes the brain to adapt to the higher levels of chemicals. As a result, the user gets agitated,…

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Amphetamine

Amphetamine Amphetamine, a powerful stimulant drug, raises levels of pleasure chemicals in the user’s brain. The flood of chemicals causes extreme pleasure, calmness and suppresses appetite. The drug relaxes some people and energizes others. Repeated drug use causes the brain to adapt to the higher levels of chemicals. As a result, the user gets agitated,…

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Methamphetamine

Methamphetamine Methamphetamine, a powerful stimulant drug, raises levels of pleasure chemicals in the user’s brain. The flood of chemicals causes extreme pleasure, calmness and suppresses appetite. The drug relaxes some people and energizes others. Repeated drug use causes the brain to adapt to the higher levels of chemicals. As a result, the user gets agitated,…

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Carfentanil

Carfentanil Carfentanil, a powerful opiate drug, raises levels of pleasure chemicals in the user’s brain. The flood of chemicals causes extreme pleasure, calmness and suppresses appetite. The drug relaxes some people and energizes others. Repeated drug use causes the brain to adapt to the higher levels of chemicals. As a result, the user gets agitated,…

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Marijuana

Marijuana Marijuana, a powerful hypnotic drug, raises levels of pleasure chemicals in the user’s brain. The flood of chemicals causes extreme pleasure, calmness and may raise or suppress appetite. The drug relaxes some people and energizes others. Repeated drug use causes the brain to adapt to the higher levels of chemicals. As a result, the…

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Cocaine

Cocaine Cocaine, a powerful stimulant drug, raises levels of pleasure chemicals in the user’s brain. The flood of chemicals causes extreme pleasure, calmness and suppresses appetite. The drug relaxes some people and energizes others. Repeated drug use causes the brain to adapt to the higher levels of chemicals. As a result, the user gets agitated,…